Real Efficiency

Whether saving money or saving the planet is the motivation, there are thousands of simple "green" choices we can each make in our lives, and our homes in Corona or elsewhere, that will provide for a healthier, wealthier,more sustainable future.

Here are some quick tips to help you conserve water, energy (and money) in your home!*
  1. If you don't have it in your budget to upgrade to a low-flow or dual–flush toilet, put a brick or full 2-liter bottle in your toilet tank. These will take up volume and help you save water every time you flush!
  2. Turn down the temperature on your hot-water heater by at least 2 degrees and wrap your unit in a blanket.
  3. Replace your burned-out incandescent light bulbs with CFLs or LEDs. Simply swapping out the most commonly used incandescent bulbs in your home can save you $60 to $100 a year.

Contact me if you're interested in learning more efficiency-boosting changes for your home!

*Information from the pages of A Keller Williams Realty Guide: Green Your Home.